Words Of The Year A Decade In Review

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Words of the Year: A Decade in Review

Let’s take a look at a decade in words.

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Year is a glimpse into the minds of Merriam-Webster's readers: it's determined by what words dictionary users have been searching. As the year winds down, we pull up our data and sort through the top lookups of the previous 12 months, putting aside perennial favorites like affect and effect, and zeroing in on the words that are significant for that particular year because of the frequency with which they were looked up compared to previous years. The top word of the year is one that has had multiple spikes in lookups, in addition to being more frequently looked up overall. The runners-up include others that were similarly popular throughout the year, as well as one-hit wonders—words that had sudden dramatic spikes in lookups because of some political, cultural, or natural event. What follows is a summary of the Words of the Year for the 2010s, with each year's top word and one runner-up that our editors thought was especially significant. As a group, they tell us a lot about what was on our minds during the second decade of the 21st century.

See the full article:  https://www.merriam-webster.com/words-at-play/words-of-the-year-decade-in-review/the-words-of-the-2010s 



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(Click the link above to see all 10 Word of the year, 2010-2019.)

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